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Post time 2015-12-22 14:18:37 |Display all floors
Is China celebrating one of its most important heritage?

If one strolls into Chinese cities now, one sees plenty of women dressed as Santarinas, shop attendants wearing Santa-caps and many Christmas decorations. How is it that an important domestic festive celebration in China that cuts across ethnicity and religion failed to garner even more support on home turf?

One simple question, can Chinese Values thrive over foreign ones? If it can't it means China failing to understand itself. Chinese can't see their good virtues and strength even if they are far more superior than foreign ones.

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Post time 2015-12-22 15:13:16 |Display all floors
Dongzhi is one of the 24 solar terms, not a festival, and there is no tradition to celebrate it.
People have more passion and motive to celebrate the holidays could bring happiness, it's why the holidays like Christmas, Spring Festival, Mid-Autumn,National Day, etc.are popular in China.
Also, China is or is becoming an international country, Christmas is popular allover the world, so how can China miss it?

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Post time 2015-12-23 08:19:01 |Display all floors
callmecary Post time: 2015-12-22 15:13
Dongzhi is one of the 24 solar terms, not a festival, and there is no tradition to celebrate it.
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If that's your internationalization, I suppose Europe and America must celebrate Dongzhi and Diwali, maybe Water Festival in April too.

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Post time 2015-12-29 07:56:07 |Display all floors
callmecary Post time: 2015-12-22 15:13
Dongzhi is one of the 24 solar terms, not a festival, and there is no tradition to celebrate it.
Peo ...

good holidays for china to celebrate:

Valentine's Day
Holloween
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Cesar Chavez Day

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